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Sony Ericsson unveils four new Xperia smartphones
TT Correspondent |  |  10 Jan 2012

Sony Ericsson has launched  four new smartphones including Xperia S, the first smartphone from the Xperia NXT series - next generation smartphones from Sony, and new Xperia smartphones made specifically for the US and Japanese markets.

All these smartphones will have access to premium entertainment services and easy connectivity to other screens within the world of Sony.  

Two new smartphones for the Japanese market are Xperia acro HD, the follow-up to Xperia acro with popular Japan-specific features including infrared port data exchange, mobile wallet and mobile TV and Xperia NX,a variant of Xperia S for the Japanese market. 

Bert Nordberg, CEO for Sony Ericsson commented, "CES marks an important milestone for both Sony Ericsson and Sony with the introduction of the first smartphones from Sony. As the market continues to evolve into a world where we consume content and entertainment across multiple screens, the Xperia portfolio will deliver a mobile experience that is an important cornerstone of Sony's strategy to provide seamless connectivity and networked entertainment across smartphones, TV, laptops and tablets."

    
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